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Computer Security Fundamentals

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KEY BENEFIT This gateway into the world of computer security provides one-volume coverage of all the basic concepts, terminology and issues, along with practical skills essential to security. Topics covered range from those commonly found in security books such as virus attacks, buffer overflow, hacking spyware and network defense, as well as more specialized areas includi ...more
Paperback, First Edition, 344 pages
Published March 1st 2005 by Prentice Hall (first published 2005)
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Very basic text for non-IT types to get an idea what goes on underneath the hood. At the very least, will frighten you into doing regular backups.
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A solid introduction to computer security basics covering topics ranging from hackers and frauds to security policies and computer forensics. This book is by no means comprehensive, but provides lots of very useful information to anyone looking for a start in computer security.

Each chapter ends with a series of self tests and exercises built to give the user further knowledge, and the book is full of links for further study and information. There are plenty of real world examples and best practi
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Chuck Easttom is an internationally renowned computer security expert and trainer. He has been in the IT industry for over 18 years and training for over 10. He has conducted numerous computer security courses over the past decade, most notably for the Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force. Students in his classes often include network administrators, corporate chief security officers (CSO’s ...more
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